Collections


Macedonia Collection

The Macedonia Collection was created by the Central Library as part of a book exhibition held in 1990-92, which focused on Macedonia. A catalogue of the 1440 items exhibited was published. The 2nd Edition of the Guide to the exhibits in the Macedonia Collection contained 226 additional books.


Main Collection

The main collection is the largest collection of books in the Central Library. 80% of it has been catalogued and is at the service of library users. Post-1931 editions can be borrowed, while older editions may be read only inside the library building. 


Mandakas Ioannis Collection

The Ioannis Mandakas Collection mainly pertains to the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki Choir. It includes documents, invitations, publications, sheet music, and reviews of musical performances. 


Manuscripts

Papyrus, parchment and paper manuscripts on literary, philosophical, theological and musical subjects, from the 10th to the 20th century. The collection numbers 113 items.


MathSciNet® is an electronic publication offering access to a carefully maintained and easily searchable database of reviews, abstracts and bibliographic information for much of the mathematical sciences literature.



Metalogos is a six monthly journal – the first systemic journal in Greece ! - which has been issued by the Systemic Association of Northern Greece since 2002. Having the “Sciences of Psyche” - especially Psychotherapy – as its basic context of reference, the Journal attempts to support the Systemic Paradigm within the wider community of knowledge. Metalogos was named after Gregory Bateson’ s homonymous notion which he defines as “a dialectic discussion about problematic issues”. Metalogos, a kind of reflective discourse, like a continuous exercise through script which attempts to test the limits of logos – because logos does not only mean, introduce, reveal but it also conceals...

The journal Metalogos has been a collective construction hoping (to continue) to make a contribution to the shaping of an identity of the Greek Systemic Area in collaboration with readers and authors/creators.

Access to full text is enabled using username/password credentials. Please refer to the librarians at the Central Library - Scientific Reading Room. 


Microfilm and Photography Archive

The Archive, which belongs to the Faculty of Philosophy, Department of Medieval and Modern Greek Studies, contains approximately 150 microfilms and photographs of manuscripts and printed texts from the beginnings of modern Greek literature, and a number of microfilms of, mainly, mediaeval manuscripts.



Newspapers and Government Gazette

This 8000-volume collection is housed in the staff reading room and Basement B of the old library building. The material is non-loanable.

For most newspapers the Library’s collection does not include all published issues.

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